- Largest population of elephants in Africa
- Okavango Delta – photography and birding paradise!
- 38% of the country’s landscape is dedicated to national parks and wildlife reserves
- Bushmen tribes of the Kalahari
- Wildlife and wilderness experiences by road, by water, by air and by foot
Botswana is one of the last remaining truly wild places on the planet, and one of the most sought-after safari destinations. Travellers have the unique privilege of game viewing by boat, road or on foot as they explore the world’s biggest inland wetland – the astounding waterways of the Okavango Delta – and the surrounding desertscapes and saltpans, all the way to the red dunes of the Kalahari.
Botswana’s wilderness areas and natural features are incredibly unique, and home to a vast array of unusual wildlife, from the world-famous enormous herds of elephant in Chobe National Park, to the massive Nile crocodiles and heaving pods of hippos in the Savuti Channel and marshlands, to the desert-adapted creatures such as oryx, pangolin, bat-eared fox and meerkats thriving in the Kalahari. And from the big-blue sky of day, iconic sunsets to the dazzling dome of stars at night…Botswana really does have all the safari wonders of your wildest dreams!